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Grubstak serves up waffle fries galore

Colton Grubb knew when he stepped foot into his new Gilbert Heritage District restaurant, Grubstak, that he’d made the right business decision. “Walking in and seeing the lights turned on, and the first few entrees...
The Phoenician

7 luxury hotels you can afford for your Phoenix staycation

The idea of a summer staycation in Phoenix seems silly at first. If you're on vacation why not escape the Valley and its triple-digit temperatures? However, we can make one compelling argument for a...
Scam alert

Moving this summer? Don’t fall for these mover scams

Despite the high temperatures — and the real risk of heat stroke during outdoor activities — summer remains the busiest moving season in Phoenix. To avoid the heat, and just to make life easier, some people...
Casa Grande Domes

8 forbidden and forgotten spots around Arizona

Arizona might just barely edge past the 100-year mark, but its vast, dry landscape still houses a number of long-forgotten places and objects. Once bright and burgeoning, these sites now lay deserted and collecting dust. Though...
broken glass car side window

The one time you can legally break a car window in Arizona

As a rule, you shouldn't break car windows. Not only is it mean, it puts you on the bad side of law enforcement. Thanks to a recent piece of Arizona legislation, however, there is one...
Salt River Tubing

Beat the Phoenix heat: A local’s survival guide to the best summer spots

If you’ve never spent a summer in Arizona, you’ll quickly learn why it requires a survival guide. The struggle is real during those scorching few months when temperatures hit triple digits, you start sweating...
Pete's Fish and Chips

Valley staple Pete’s Fish & Chips celebrates 70 years

Coming off its 70th anniversary, Pete’s Fish & Chips isn’t looking to change a thing. The Valley institution has been frying up tasty and affordable eats since founder Pete Grant opened his first location in...
New India gate

New India Gate serves spicy delights

India Gate was a popular destination for Chandler’s fans of curries, naan and paneer, until it closed six years ago. The family-run operation, now dubbed New India Gate, reopened on the southeast corner of...
Lazy River

Arizona mansion lets you live in your very own resort

A stay at a tropical resort might be magical, but at some point you need to return home to reality. Unless, of course, you drop $18 million on this mansion in Paradise Valley. According to...
Northern Home at Pioneer Living History Museum

6 fun and fascinating places to explore Phoenix history

Phoenix and the surrounding cities often seem like new developments because of the massive expansion and renovation in the past few decades. However, the area actually saw quite a bit of history before that. For history buffs, there...

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